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. governor mike huckabee will join us as well. boston strong, stronger than ever. fans pouring into the streets to welcome the world series champions red sox. we'll take you there live. hello. this is america's news headquarters. live in the nation's capitol. it starts right now. >>> we're hearing some of the chilling stories emerging from that rampage at los angeles international airport. leading the coverage, standing by live at the airport is dominick. >> reporter: uma, the fbi is looking into the background of paul ciancia, they believe is the gunman. that's how they identified him yesterday. they're also searching his apartment which is just east of hollywood here. they believe that after messages he stoent his family that his intent was to harm tsa agents and as he went through the airport yesterday, that is what he appeared to exactly be targeting. the los angeles times is pointing out, quoting officials saying that's what the tsa firmly believes and we're hearing via local radio from passengers who say that as he went to the airport, he was asking individuals if they we
>> just one thing to say to you, and that's i'm not tiny. i'm 6'1". that's all for us tonight. i'm wolf blitzer in for anderson cooper. we begin with a wintry blast of weather right before thanksgiving. that if you're traveling over the next couple of days threatens to make it difficult. hundreds are stranded. the ripple effect is only just beginning. at street level the situation is not much better. sleet and freezing rain in the southern plains and rockies. in oklahoma city, an suv slides on the icy road and slips off the roadway. all caught on video. meanwhile, up to eight inches forecast for new mexico. heavy rain from texas to georgia, in a moment we'll get the latest on the flight situation and you will find out what to expect over the next few days. but it is not just inconvenience we're talking about. already there have been 12 deaths blamed on this storm. jason carroll reports. >> reporter: the killer storm started in california where it claimed its first life. it continued its delmar across the country. flooding in arizona. heavy snow in colorado. and in new mexico, win
on jump in heartbeat. >> that is our report. thanks for joining us. >>> welcome to "world news." tonight the halloween nightmare playing out across a big part of this country. the flash floods, the dramatic rescues by raft, by helicopter, families hoisted to safety. abc's extreme weather team on the case tonight. >>> the breaking news late today, the justice department suddenly stepping in. the mysterious case of a teenager found dead in a high school gym. tonight you'll see the school surveillance tape. >>> ready for takeoff, the big change for anyone getting on a plane tonight. for some airlines it starts tonight. the fliers sending us their videos. >>> trick or treat. what happens when you unknowingly buy a so-called haunted house, the american families turning to the real-life ghost busters. >>> good evening on this thursday night. great to have you with us. diane has the evening off. we do begin tonight with that wicked weather on this halloween, millions of families taking a rain check literally on that trick or treating. here's why. a giant system on the move this evenin
. news today. a huge deal with netflix. a lot to discuss there. join us for bob iger coming up. >>> let's show you what's happening, though, on wall street. it's been a down day despite the twitter hoof la. down 104 points. was down 138 at the low of the session about 30 minutes ago. right now at 15,642. that's a .66% decline. look at the nasdaq down a percent and a half. it was down 66 points at the low. down 58 right now at 3873. high profile technology stocks taking it on the chin. 1755 has been considered a support level for the s&p. we're below that today. they're watching that very carefully. and bob pisani, of course, you're watching that as well. but i have to give you kudos. a great job this morning on the open on twitter. we were all glued watching you as you were waiting for that first trade to take place. >> thank you, bill. it's not just get for the nyse but good for overall market sentiment to have a smooth opening of such a big name. i'm a little more concerned with what's going on with the overall markets. put up the full screen. twitter is having a great day at $48. it'
think you for joining us, and we hope you have a safe and happy rest of your holiday. and for those braving the crowds tonight or tomorrow, good luck. ♪ ♪ ♪ lou: president obama is enrollment numbers, it is all bad news for the obama administration. i am lou dobbs. hello, everyone. severely undercutting president obama's credibility an approval rating. a new fox poll shows half of voters believe president obama knowingly lied when he repeatedly told americans that they could keep their plan under his signature health care law. as for the number of americans who have signed on for health care insurance, the initial numbers are woefully short and far below their lowered expectations. 106,000 have enrolled in health care plans in the state and federal exchanges through the first month of obamacare. one fifth of what the officials had projected before the launch of health care dog of and the opening of exchanges accounted for only 27,000 of successful in moments, 80,000 of them originated in state-run insurance exchanges and secretary kathleen sibelius revealed below numbers and t
the time, as well. paul callan, an danny, nice to have you both. it's been great to have you with us. suzanne malveaux along with michael holmes will take over the reins right now with "around the world." >> this is really, really like bad, worse than hell. worse than hell. >> the desperate calls for help after one of the strongest storms in history wipes with away entire towns. >> as many as 10,000 people are feared dead. survivors now desperately searching through the wreckage looking for their loved ones. >> plus the danger continues. another storm is heading to the philippines. how it will impact the recovery ahead. welcome to around the world. i'm suzanne malveaux. >> i'm michael holmes. thanks for your company. we'd like to welcome our viewers both here in the united states and around the world, as well. >> it is so disturbing. decomposing bodies are literally everywhere. destruction stretching across towns and villages on i land after island all in the philippines. desperation and despair is now setting in those communities. >> people struggling to grasp the enormity of the de
evening. thank you for joining us. how far would you go for your faith. tonight over 100 churches stand in defiance of local laws banning the use of something shocking from their services. poisonous serpents. snakes on a pulpit. christians say they're true believers and vipers are as vital to the religion as the bible itself. the tradition dates back more than a century. law makers aren't so sure it should survive. i headed down south for our series "faith matters." >> reporter: what pastor jamie kutz is doing with the snake is either a christian ritual or criminal conduct depending on who you ask? ♪ ♪ >> he is a new preacher! >> reporter: in tiny churches in rural appalachia what began generations ago as an expression of faith is turning into a fight over religious freedom in america. they believe they are called by god to handle venomous serpents and comes from a passage straight from the bible which they take literally. they pick up serpents. if they drink any deadly poison it will not hurt them. in this small church of fervent believers we saw the pastors lay hand and healing pr
're real good for joining us happy thanksgiving to you and your family "around the world" starts right now. >>> winds were strong, and new york, it has to be said, they couldn't stop the balloons from flying in the macy's day parade. a live report coming up. >> thank goodness for that. >>> despite it being a family day across the country with many people off from work traditionally, some retailers, they're staying open despite 9 out of 10 americans saying they're not going to shop on thanksgiving. the retail store backlash, that's coming up. >> if you haven't guess tshgd it's thanksgiving. >> it is? >> it is. i'm hala gorani. >> i'm michael holms. >> a new thanksgiving tradition, that is shopping. more and more stores are open today, blurring the line between turkey day and black friday and hoping to get a jump start on the shopping season. >> macy's broke a 155-year tradition by staying closed on the holiday. but shopping might have a new thanksgiving ritual. most americans don't want any part of it. >> here's the polling numbers. recent university of connecticut poll shows, 93% of respon
of the obamacare rollout are dramatically disappointing for the administration. the white house has been telling us for months that millions of americans have been visiting health, but the house oversight committee released internal notes from meetings that show only six people in total successfully enrolled on the first day enrolled. obamacare is a train wreck that has become a laughingstock as a result. as of today, the white house pushed back expectations, taping them down and jay carney said that we don't expect those numbers to be very high and we never did. ed henry is at the white house with our report. reporter: embarrassed over the rollout of president obama signature domestic achievement that only six people signed up on day one and was criticized by congressman darrell issa. >> there are no doubt there from a contractor about figures. if the website wasn't working on october 1, that is a dog bites man story i said demanded to know why a parade of top officials including kathleen sebelius did not give the information. >> if you have internal numbers and you're not willing to hear
fuentes joins us now. i know this is an unusual situation. it's not often that police have that kind of window, that amount of time to intervene in potential lay deadly shooting scenario. what was the text message and what was the warning? >> well, i think, suzanne, from what they're saying about it, is that police were notified there was something wrong with him, and they should check on his well-being. or he had said in his messages, that something bad was going to happen. now imagining or speculating about what the police would do, had they gotten to his apartment before he left and, find if he a apeered healthy, normal and was fairly articulate, i don't know what the next step would have or could have been for the police beyond that. other than to call the parents back and say we checked on him and he's fine. an then he's doing fine and normal. just depressed or upset. you know, like many people often are. i don't know if there was anything in the messages to tell the police he had an access to an assault rifle or whether it was his rifle or someone else's and he was capable of u
to dallas. they're telling us that we're on time, which is great. the roads are a little slick so we wanted to get extra time to get through security. >> reporter: were you expecting to be able to leave on time? >> i was not expecting to leave on time. in fact i was thinking i'd be lucky if i got out tonight. >> reporter: it looks like everything is going to be fine for you. >> looking good so far. fingers crossed. >> reporter: lucky you, right? >> so far. >> reporter: so far most of the travelers are like maura. we just spoke with one person who had an hour delay. coming into la guardia is a much different story, an hour delay coming in. in philly it's about a two-hour delay coming in but the outbound flights are looking pretty decent. now let's head to tom costello who's in pittsburgh. tom? >> reporter: katy, thank you. here in pittsburgh we've got somewhere in the neighborhood of an inch or 2 on the ground here in terms of snow. we had some freezing rain and also some sleet over the course of the past 24 hours, but at the moment most of that has subsided now. it is, however, very cold. p
's murder. in sanford for us this morning, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, facing felony aggravated assault as well as other charges, police spent hours going through the home he shares with his girlfriend as they try to figure out exactly what happened. >> what's going on? >> he's in my house, breaking all my [ bleep ] stuff because i asked him to leave. he has a freaking gun, breaking all my stuff right now. >> reporter: that's the 911 call that police say george zimmerman's girlfriend made during a domestic incident that turned violent. >> you put your gun in my freaking face and told me to get the [ bleep ] out. this is not your house. no. get out of here. >> reporter: the woman told the 911 operator she was pushed out of her house by zimmerman and that he had a shotgun, ar-15, and two handguns inside. she also said the fight started after she had asked the 30-year-old to leave. but zimmerman tells a different story in his own 911 call. >> my girlfriend, for lack of a better word, is going crazy on me. >> reporter: police were already at the house when zimmerman made the call. h
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's known as the nuclear option. >> what does it mean? it would change a very important rule in the u.s. senate and allow just a simple majority, 51 votes to overcome a filibuster. reid says the change is needed to keep the senate from becoming obsolete. >> but republicans say, it's a bunch of pointless drama. chief congressional correspondent dana bash is on capitol hill with the details. drama or necessary? >> reporter: it depends who you ask, how's that a dodge to the question? this is something that has been boiling for some time. when you look at the to-ing and fro-ing and the partisanship and tension about filibusters, blocking a president's nom fine. since it's a democratic president, the the republicans and minority able to use their power of the philly buster to block the president's nominees. there's no question that when george bush was in the white house and democrats were in the minority here in the senate, they did the same thing. you can argue about the statistics and number of times but certainly the tool is something that both parties have used. but at this point, the d
all of us from the bigger story. we're talking about obamacare and a fresh round of problems on this monday morning. >> here we go again. the music world gets political. >> i want to acknowledge trayvon martin and the hundreds and hundreds of kids each year that are dying due to racial profiling. >> all right. that's fascinating. that's not all. katy perry sparking some outrage for an offensive outfit which i believe is japanese-thaoepld according to people in the studio. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ >> it's time for "fox & friends." >> live from studio e in the heart of midtown manhattan where i look outside and it currently is 23 degrees. >> right. who did you look for maria or did you look at the sign? >> i looked at the sign across the street at the bank. >> those are the most accurate. the banks are. we actually were outside yesterday at soccer playing for two hours. they get old enough, it's not considered bad parenting anymore. they pretty much make their own decisions. >> especially if you're out there with them. >> i can still hear the wind in my head. the win
's not what the president told us, is it? when middle america takes a hit in an election year, that's a political crisis. headline in the wall street journal, young avoid the new health plans. that's a financial crisis because if they don't pay up, obamacare doesn't work. so, tax the rich? that's the question in many of the election races all around the country today. "varney & company" is about to begin. you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement should be, paying ourselves to do what we love? ♪ and this park is the inside of your body. see, the special psyllium fir in metamucil actually gels to trap some carbs to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. metamucil. 3 amazing benefits in 1 super fiber. >> if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period. stuart: call it a
in the middle of the night. >> thanks for joining us. >> that self-proclaimed arsonist is in custody. amy hollyfield joins us from the scene. >> residents say it has been a terrible last few days of erratic behavior including turning on the vacuum cleaner in the middle of the night and leaving it on for hours, shouting and banging on the walls and they are not surprised he is accused of setting the building on fire. many of them now are learning from people who have been inside that their homes are completely destroyed. when firefighters arrived at 2:50 they had to fight it from the outside because it was so big. as they tried to put it out, one of the residents confessed on camera, that he used a lighter to set fire to the building. >> i'm the one that started it. i take full responsibility. >> what happened? >> crazy. they tryied to make people think i was crazy. >> he was rescued from the balcony and then police took him into custody shielding him from the public with a blanket and charged prado with arson. >> i'm in shock realizing i probably lost everything. >> seven people lived ins
't respect that. u.s. forced to pick a side. >>> the politics lead. brand new polls giving us a snapshot of 2016. you may not be shocked to learn who's in the lead but the runners-up is where it gets interesting. >>> and the buried lead. it's been nearly 50 years since j.d. salinger last published anything but now the stories he kept locked away are suddenly out there for all to read. welcome to "the lead." i'm jim acosta filling in for jake tapper. we begin with the world lead. it's a turf war high above the east china sea. china has just sent its first patrol of fighter jets over an air defense zone the country is claiming above a disputed set of islands, islands that japan say belongs to it. the friction has tempers flaring around the globe. i want to bring in barbara starr at the pentagon. the u.s. is not sitting on the sidelines in this standoff. they have already sent two unarmed b-52 bombers through this disputed air zone. what does this latest power grab, if you want to call it that, by china mean for american security? >> reporter: well, the u.s. is taking sides in this, now sen
how the world can expect to see or damaging asteroids hit earth. >>> then president obama uses it the pope uses it. you can own a piece of it, for a price. twitter goes public. >>> you're watching "around the world." i'm suzanne malveaux. michael holmes is off this week. talking about the strongest storm anywhere in the world this year. it's called typhoon high juhaiy equivalent to the category 5 hurricane, on measurement scale, by comparison hurricane katrina category 3 but killed 1700 people. superstorm sandy killed more than 150. thousands of people including a lot of tourists are evacuating ahead of typhoon haiyan. want to bring in chad meyers joining us from the cnn weather center. >> this is one of the top 12, the top dozen, of all storms ever seen on this planet. with the satellite or in person. that's how big this is. it is not as deep as gilbert and wilma in the atlantic, but the wind speeds are higher than those storms because of the eye is so small. this is just the most incredible picture i can show you. this eye, right there just -- it reminds me of andrew, slammin
obame would be fixed by the end of november. >> you have to tell us when it will be in good shape. is the end of the montrealistic? >> the team is working really hard to hit that goal. >> the fact on november b 13 yer not where we will be and' to be by november 30. it remains the case that we believe the site will be working smoothly for the vast majority users by the en of the month. >> reporter: 31% of those surveyed expressed confidence that the web site will be fixed. >> centers for medicare and medicaid service, and its contractor failed to fully deliver what they were supposed to deliver, congressional oversight is warned. >> one asked in health care do the gov is as secure? >> fully tests like the other rit projects you have overseen. >> i'm trying to continued what you moon by fully tested. >> fully tested? holy cow, this is like a new low. >> would you put your personal information about you and your loved ones in it. >> i recommended my sister who is unemployed right now to -- >> did she successfully register. >> i have not talked with her lately. >> also house homeland
and running, that is my 2-cents more. dvr the show if you can't catch us live, have a great night. >> the democratic party in a panic, no one more desperate than the part leader, president obama telling state health insurance commissioner to afford the affordable care act, if they want to and told health insurance companies they can continue to sell plans that don't meet the law's standards, if they want to, it appears that president obama has politically set fire to the obamacare train wreck. i am lou dobbs. good evening president faced with rebellion within his pay the, and tryinparty, hesurpriseo announcement, first president told state insurance commissioners to use his enforcement discretion to permit the millions of americans who lost their health insurance, due to obamacare. even if they violate federal law, he said, go ahead. and he told insurance companies, to continue to offer those plans, but for just one year. long enough to get past the midterm elections, contrite president offered an admission, if you like your insurance you can keep it promise was a lie. >> i am not
is a veteran. >> thanks for joining us. america's news headquarters begins right now. >> fox news alert. the philippines is a shattered nation in desperate need for relief. the region is a wasteland, the u.s. military delivering cargo planes loaded with foods and water and generators. survivors describing a 20 foot storm surge wiping everything away. nonly thing that is left is my clothes and child. >> i no longer have a home or money or anything left. >> and these latest images reveal the huge scale of destruction. the bridges and airport was destroyed. here in the u.s. family and friends with loved ones there are anxious to learn of their fate. >> you can imagine the people who are there. they are poor people. >> we think based on their location that they should have been able to make it through the storm, but the aftermath is also a big risk and really until, we can't rest until we hear positive confirmation that they areoc. >> i think you know, prayers and faith. people remain in spite the fact. >> and american aid groups launching major relief campaigns and america is sending food
in the oven. the butterball turkey talk line joins us with some tips for you that could save your holiday meal. and we check in with our troops stationed overseas as well on this thursday morning. but first we start off this hour for you, thanksgiving travellers may be a bit weary after their first leg of traveling to their holiday destinations, dealing with over 600 flights cancelled yesterday while millions of drivers battled heavy rain, winds and snow. yesterday's storms are now moving into canada. it should be a calm and dry day for those of you hitting the road or on the road already trying to get to some early shopping. the big question this morning will whipping winds ground those famous macy thanksgiving parade balloons? 16 giant balloons will be grounded if sustained winds top 23 miles per hour. or wind gusts hit 34 miles per hour. 15 million people as well will be watching this parade from home. bill karins joins us right now to tell us if those balloons will fly? >> great thanksgiving morning to you, richard. i've been tracking the winds in new york city. everyone wants those balloo
in new mexico a ride they will not soon forget. >>> good morning, everyone. nice to have you with us. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> and i'm martin savage. nice to be with you. it is 6:00 in the morning and this is "new day" sunday. >> so calls for toronto's embattled mayor to resign are getting louder by the second. >> the council has already stripped ford of some of his powers, including his ability to govern during an emergency. despite his watered down position, a defiant ford says that he is not going anywhere. >> tomorrow, he's also set to launch his own television show, with one of his biggest supporters with his brother. for weeks, ford's admission to smoking crack cocaine and his refusal to step down has been the butt of jokes for comedians. >> and last night, the cast of "saturday night live" got their shot at it. they poked fun at ford's erratic behavior, including lewd comments he made on live tv. >> i am sorry for how i have been acting. it is not indicative of my position of mayor in this great town of toronto. >> hey, man, i got what you asked for -- >> hey, not here, okay? let
. i don't think it should be up. it doesn't matter what i think. buyers are using horton as a move. there's my chance, horton. horton who? >> complacency, complacency. >> you hate to use that term because people have been complacent for a while. >> it's working until it doesn't. >> i love this headline in "usa today" today, "waiting for a 10% correction? don't hold your breath." >> i said there you go. it's going to happen. >> from what level? maybe today. today's the day. because today -- what's going on that we should sell today? >> that we should sell today? >> what happened today? because because of hologic missing on that 3d test, i'm selling. it like, okay, i got to take the money off, i got to get out of this and this thing is too hot. the next thing you know the other guys are up 29%, you're only up 21%. if i go to buy therapeutic, no, that's down. you end up having to buy fedex down a buck and a quarter because that's an opportunity to buy high-quality stocks. >> this they're making moves that don't equate to the underlying business, why should you be buying them? are you
thank you, everyone, for watching. it's great to have you with us on this holiday. we have a lot more to tell you throughout the day. "around the world" starts right "around the world" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- >>> they lined up. they camped out. and they rushed into the stores across the country. all for a deal. oh, yeah, it's black friday, the biggest shopping day of the year. >> black eye friday in some places. it's not just happening in the u.s., by the way, deals being offered in other countries, too. take the united kingdom, for example. we also saw some pretty frenzied shopper dozen anything they could for a discount there, as well. >> this is an around the world black friday. i'm hala gorani. suzanne is off today. >> i'm michael holmes. thanks for being with us. we are now 12 hours into black friday, 1 hours into the official start of the holiday shopping season. well, at least it used to be the official start. >> the many stores, as we've been reporting actually opened on thanksgiving day. you would think that might have stolen some of black
americans in health insurance before the looming deadlines under the obamacare health care law. david: u.s. industrial production unexpectedly fell in october by .1% but underlying data on factories suggested economy remains on a moderate growth path. liz: in the new york region, so-called empire manufacturing index a regional index focusing on new york fell to mine must 2.21. the first negative reading since may which raises concerns about the economy. david: those concerns were not reflected in the market. energy giant conocophillips lost ground in today's trading session after billionaire warren buffett sharply cut his stake in that company, preferring to invest in rival exxonmobil as liz said instead. liz: bill ackman takeing a 10:00% stake in mortgage giant fannie mae and freddie mac through his firm pershing square capital management. david: men's wearhouse got a nice pop in a today's trading after rival joseph a. bank dropped its bid for the retailer. men's warehouse rejected the offer in october calling it opportunistic and inadequate. happy friday, everybody. "after the bell" star
of this will work. the metaphor that has been used all day today, it's like trying to put toothed oste back into a ndibe. you just can't do it. gerri: exactly right. >> have you take 5 million people who have lost their insurance and then read form these contracts? in many cases the insurance companies may not want to sign these people up again. gerrnot c i think you make a grt point. i spend all afternoon on line ininousing on the telephone to insurard we brokers, industry analysts. i have to tell you, they say you cannot do this. a comed ony with maybe 5,000 employees like the one i work for spend 12 months getting their insurance pro ready to go. i talk to people today who said, there is no way that these insurard we commissioners for oe can approve new plants because that is what is g "tng to take. and for people to then apply for those plans and get them oreproved. listen to what laura peterson of the naic had to say. older and sicker policyholders will be more likely to drop existing policies in favor of a new dca obamacare compliant policies. under an healthier individuals are more l
able to enroll. tax dollars being used to bail out some nonviolent offenders. >> studies show that on average it takes cook county prisoners 13 days to raise their bond money. when you're talking about thousands of nonviolent offenders who did not have the money to meet bond on low-level misdemeanor charges the cost to taxpayers is an enormouenormous. >> these are small bonds. we'll be able to cut that to think that the most will be three days. 10 days at $143 a day. we would be saving an average $1,400 per person. >> the commissioner is the architect. he says for a modest investment taxpayers might be able to save enormous amounts of money. the exact amount of those savings are still being determined. a study on the innovative proposal to be presented to the board on march 1st. the commissioner believes that the establishment of a fund in the amount of $2 million would allow the county to provide bond money. the county gets the money back even after low-level offenders does not appear for his or her court date. the share of supports the innovative proposal and chief of policy
for joining us. >> investigators are reviewing surveillance video as lax. we will tell you what is going on with the shooting free that happened in los angeles on friday. the gunman targeted t.s.a. officers but the motive is still not clear. an officer was killed, two were wounded. now more from los angeles on this story. >> paul ciancia arrived at the airport on friday like a regular passenger. we have learned a roommate dropped him off at terminal 3 unaware of the plan. according to the complaint, surveillance video shows ciancia walking up to the check point pulling out an assault rifle and shooting dass officer gerardo hernandez pointblank. the document also says that the gunman walked away but he saw the wounded officer moving, he came back and shot him again, killing him. >> this is the first t.s.a. employee killed in the line of duty. >> the f.b.i. says ciancia shot his way through the terminal wounding two other officers and a teacher, shot in the leg. >> he dragged himself into a closet where he found a sweatshirt which he used as a tourniquet to slow or stop the blood. >> after
bankers are doing right now. here to talk with us about that. apple is looking to go 3d maybe. trying to buy the company behind the 3d cameras and microsoft's xbox 360. and the meningitis scare in new jersey. has the government now looking overseas for a vaccine that has only been found there. big-money implications to this as well and we will have it coming up this hour of "markets now." oh, yeah. and the dow 16,000. dagen: now what am i going to say? connell: you will never be at a loss of words. dagen: i visit here and look marginally irritated. connell: ken burns is here. dagen: talking about the kennedy address. connell: a big show. dagen: connell will attack the baseball within a minute. top of the hour, 16,000 counting, the dow and s&p hitting new all-time highs. nicole petallides at the new york stock exchange. nicole: a record-setting day, however we will go ahead and say it again because this one is slightly more monumental you are hitting 16,000 on the dow jones industrial, 1800 on the s&p 500, and the nasdaq getting closer and closer to nasdaq 4000. the s&p up one-tenth of
for joining us this hour. the state of illinois is a bright, bright, bright blue state. right? and every one of the previous six presidential elections going back to 1992, illinois voted handily for the democratic candidate for president. and last year's presidential election, president obama won in his home state of illinois by 17 points. and that does not mean there are no republican areas and no republican members of congress in illinois. there are plenty of conservative parts of the state, but state-wide, illinois is very blue. which makes it all the more amazing that illinois has a senator, of course, senators are elected state-wide, illinois has a senator who is a republican. senator mark kirk was elected to fill the seat that was once held by president obama. after the rod blagojevich scandal of the governor essentially trying to sell that seat, the scandal that ultimately put governor blagojevich in prison, republican mark kirk is the man who eventually got that seat. senator kirk is probably best known for the major health challenges he has survived since becoming a senator. senator
is historian robert carro, author of the boo. great to see you. thank you for being with us on this important day. lets talk about that day and the decisions that were made, which you have analyzed so deeply in the passage of the power. the decision to go back to love field and have the swearing in of lbj. talk about that and what was motivating johnson and fateful phone calls, to bobby kennedy, which you write lbj said he thought was to console him but also to ask him for his blessing, really, for the swearing in and which kennedy took so badly. it really was part of the blood feud that was then to infect politics for years to come. >> johnson is in the hospital. he's just learned that president kennedy is dead. the secret service says we must get you back to the plane, take off immediately, get back to washington. we don't know if it's conspiracy. the safest place for you is in the white house. johnson says, no. i'm waiting for mrs. kennedy. they say she won't leave the hospital without her husband's body. johnson says i'll go to the plane and wait for her and the body there. i'm not taking
to a rocky start. james rosen is live for us in washington with the very latest. veins? >> tucker, handna, and clayton, good morning. you know, it's only in these pre-dawn post thanksgiving hours we feel safe here on fox news in quoting neil young, it wasn't supposed to go down this way. the much balihooed relaunch not official relaunch of outage from 8 last night to 8 this morning. that's seven hours longer than the usual daily outage time. the services for medicaid and medicare services the division of health and human services department that administered the web site announced the extended deadline a few hours before mid night without any explanation or how serious setback it represents for the long troubled online portal participation in president obama's signature law. administrators do boast some improvements since problems when the web site first materialized in a big way. to wit the after launch time 8 seconds now down to 1 second. pages are said to be loading incorrectly 1% of the time. more visual cues have been added for smoother navigation of the overall site. m
the website is operating much more quickly. it used to take eight seconds for a page to load. now that is measured in just milliseconds. still, critics say that's not fast enough if they are going to get those 7 million people to enroll, which is what they're hoping to do by the end of march. the administration, we should also point out, trying to lower expectations. you have h.h.s. secretary kathleen sebelius blogging that this is not a magical date. this is not going to be a relaunch of the website. top officials saying there are still going to be problems with after today. but, again, they say, look, this is going to be a significant improvement. we expect to get an official update from the administration during a conference call that they'll hold tomorrow. that's when we're hoping to get some metrics so we can actually determine how much success there has been. >> that success and also you mentioned critics. some critics will criticize no matter what this president does. but in large part, does the administration think once you get the website, this overhaul, if
's light years away to the man that introduced us to the audacity of hope. he almost seemed deflated. i think a lot of people point to the fact he accepts responsibility. does that challenge anything in the long term to say, okay it was my fault, we'll fix this. >> that was the right speech to give. when you see yourself falling to 39% in the polls, you've got a problem and think he's trying to put a tourniquet on it. what he can't afford to lose right now at all cost is public cost. it's been a strong suit for him. that's under question. he's having to say, i screwed up, i didn't do my job right, but i care about you, i care about millions of uninsured american people. give me a chance to make right on this. think the american people are arealing to give him a chance but not much because every day there seems to be a new creek or crack in the affordable care act program. >> we've seen presidents stumble in second terms before of course. is this part of the second term curse, do you think? >> well you know you hear a lot about that. it's a myth. however, sometimes my
for us. "new day sunday" continues right now with christi paul and victor blackwell. >> the world is united in support of our determination to prevent iran from developing a nuclear weapon. >> a historic deal. while you were sleeping, six major powers including the u.s. cemented an agreement to freeze key parts of iran's nuclear enrichment program. the terms, the reaction, and the controversy ahead. >> and what is this deal mean for israel? already the u.s. ally is voicing its severe displeasure calling it a historic mistake. >> plus, the reaction from congress. republicans are firing back at the white house calling the treaty a blow to our allies and one high ranking senator even says it's the president's effort to distract from obama care. your "new day" starts right now. >>> all right. grab your coffee or something warm. it is cold out there. good morning, everyone. i'm christi paul. 8:00 is the time. >> it's a little cold in here, too. >> i know it is. >> i'm victor blackwell. breaking overnight, the u.s. and fellow world powers green light a historic deal with iran to keep it
6th. jason carroll, cnn, new york. >>> that does it for me. thanks for joining us. "the lead" with jake tapper starts right now. >>> a typhoon bigger than the size of california before it made landfall. it's been blotting the philippines off the radar for hours. i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." the world lead. they were calling it a super typhoon and we are only getting a sense of the damage done in the philippines. perhaps the strongest storm in recorded history, laying waste to the country. we have a live report from manila in moments. >>> also in world news, what's happening in geneva could change the world as we know it. talk of a potential deal with iran. to stop or slow its suspected progress towards a nuke. can iran be trusted to keep up its end of any potential bargain? >>> the politics lead. it's become president obama's read my lips, perhaps. now he's apologizing after telling americans if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. was he listening to advice from new jersey governor chris christie that he heard right here on "the lead"? >>> good afternoon, ever
the weekend early with us. >> i am ainsley earhardt. we bring you all of the news to get you ready for your friday. admissions and apologies from the president with his credibility on the line he reversed his course on obamacare saying millions of americans can keep their canceled healthcare coverage but only for a year. >> here's the thing, does he even have the authority to do that? doug luzader is live for us in washington. sort all of this out for us. >> it is a lot to sort out. under fire and taking blame for observe care the president offered yesterday what he says will be a fix. >> the bottom line is insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be canceled into 2014 and americans whose plans have been canceled can choose to reenroll in the same kind of plan. >> for the millions of americans who have received cancellation notices because their current policies do not meet obamacare requirements the president will now allow insurance companies to keep offering those plans. but only for one year. that is just long enough to get many democrats in congress through otherwise dice
the eastern u.s., the weather is cold. >> unseasonably cold. check out the map right now, showing readings we're more used to seeing in late december, as opposed to mid-november. it's something of a rude awakening this morning across the southeast. the first snow flurries of the season in raleigh, north carolina. >> the kids love the snow. and they're getting ready to go on the buses. they were very, very excited. just a few flakes start falling. and they were just ecstatic. >> reporter: they better dress warm this morning. low temperatures will be in the 20s. stretching all the way from near the gulf coast to western texas. further north, the extreme cold is replacing a lot more snow. parts of michigan are dealing with over a foot. that was more than enough to put a smile on some adorable faces. but it was trouble for drivers. not quite ready for the winter-like conditions. >> a little early in the year for this. but it is what it is. >> reporter: police in buffalo, new york, are blaming black ice for a 20-car pileup that shut down a highway for hours. luckily, this autumn blast of arctic we
that are shipping jobs overseas. they've even been used to block common sense and widely supported steps to protect more americans from gun violence. even as families of victims sat in the senate chamber and watched. and they prevented far too many talented americans from serving their country at a time when their country needs their talents the most. it's harmed our economy. and it's been harmful to our democracy. and it's brought us to the point where a simple majority vote no longer seems to be sufficient for anything. even routine business. through what is supposed to be the world's greatest deliberative body. i realize that neither party has been blameless. for these tactics. they have developed over years and it seems as if they have continually escalated. but today's pattern of obstruction, it just isn't normal. it's not what our founders envisioned. a deliberate and determined effort to obstruct everything, no matter what the merits, just to refight the results of an election is not normal and for the sake of future generations we can't let it become normal. so i support the step a majority
with us. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. begin with the stunning historic vote in the u.s. senate. so extreme it is called going nuclear. essentially blowing up what had been the rules for a generation. no longer will 60 votes be necessary to move ahead. with most presidential nominations, no longer will the minority be able to filibuster or executive branch conditions. democrats have been threatening this for years. republicans say the majority has gone too far and they will regret it. chief correspondent dana bash has more. >> reporter: john mccain continues to work across the aisle and by detonating the nuclear action democrats may have blown up any senate bipartisan. republican feathers are so ruffled an agreement on issues that should be passed maybe harder to find. >> there are going to be difficulties from time to time. where cooperation was probably the case in the past, and will not be now. >> reporter: the historic rules change strips republicans of their power to block the president's executive and judicial nominees, except the supreme court. instead of 60 votes to break a filibust
the senate to the core using a lima joerity democrats in the senate voted to end the use of the filibuster for presidential nominations ending the republican efforts it ends a long standing tradition allowing the main anothinority oppose. >> the change we have today is a confirmation, yes, no. >> this is not a very proud day in the history of the senate. in order to distract attention away from observe care the senate has just broken the rules in order to change the rules. >> while the president voids support for the move yesterday, not long ago after he was serving as senator he strenuously objected when republicans were doing the same thing. that's why it is a nuclear option. the fallout can effect everywe know. democrats will question the ability they have to push nominations through because they won't have to deal with republicans but they could lose control of the senate and end up regretting they made this great move t move. >> nuclear option. have a great weekend, doug. >> you, too. this brings us to the look who is talking. >> the same democrats now changing the new flair option wh
pettitte, u.s. rolled like a fat kid down the hill. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> what was concluded in geneva last night is not a historic agreement. it's a historic mistake. it's not made the world a safer place. like the agreement with north korea in 2005, this agreement has made the world a much more dangerous place. >> all right. good morning. it's monday, november 25th. a little cold out, everybody. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset we have msnbc contributor mike barnicle. we have the president of the council on foreign relations and author of "foreign policy begins at home: the case for putting america's house in order" richard haass. he also has the lead piece today on iran. and you agree with dad. >> that's one way to put it. >> oh, no. that was yesterday? >> no. recently. >> okay. and in washington -- >> dad mixes it up every day. >> in washington, nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of "andrea mitchell reports," andrea mitchell. perfect day to have you on, andrea. thank you very much. >> a lot to talk about today. let's go through the checklist. >> iran.
a pleasure. >> make sure you join us tomorrow. "squawk on the street" begins right now. >>> good monday morning. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer live at the new york stock exchange. david faber is off. given this news out of walmart, we are going to get him on the phone. company veteran, dug mcmillon will succeed steve duke. you were just talking with andrew about why you would do this days before the holiday season would start and why mike duke is leaving years before expected. >> he hasn't been there but since 2009. his predecessor, lee scott, 2000 to 2009. it seems like a shortened period. also, as someone who follows retail closely, this is not the time to change horses, so to speak. at the same time, i am sure this company will, without a doubt, say it is seamless. i want to hear from david, that there is nothing pertinent that would make it so this seems wrong. i don't think it is right. >> david, you do know mcmillon well. what can you tell us? >> i spent a good amount of time doing our last document on walmart, which has to be about five y
did not want. this matters, obama care affects one- sixths of the u.s. economy. not to mention your own economy. why is going off line again. >> one of the nation's busiest airports is in the seen. >> it is like a dream. it was not real. it was so intense and not normal to hear that. >> the attack like this tests our resolve and who we are and respond. the line of fire and recovery. >> in moments, the now evidence that the killer may have had a specific target in mind. and a city's response in the face of tragedy becomes a point of national pride for all of us and celebrating boston strong. i am harris faulkner. down again. that is linking americans to health care exchanges will go off line in a few hours from now. the site will be down for an extended fix. something that the website sorely needs. it is plagued since day one. you can count the number of successful enrollments on hand. and memos from the obama administration show that six people managed to sign up the first day the website went live. the administration is promising a tech surge will fix
profitable? for is that they turn to john molloy, a co-founder of blue run ventures, joins us for fox business exclusive. we were talking in the green room that twitter is doing this correctly where facebook had its problems. what are they doing right? >> it is all about expectations. facebook give in to too much expectation when they went public. from a strategy point, the offering has gone, twitter has been very measured in the way they have taken the product to market and a range i have seen reported has been pretty reasonable given where the company is and we know it is oversubscribe and that is what you want and it looks like a win/win than a win/lose proposition. lori: why is the trend going to the early 90s and 2,000s with technology ideas coming in. and if you look at the p es they're so overvalued, you see what happened with facebook year-ago. >> it is ultimately about growth. a slow economy, low growth economy and the markets thirsty for growth. where you see growth in areas where there is big change in society, no bigger change in the way we consume basic technology than wi
. thanks, let us know what you think on twitter @andersoncooper. >>> coming up next, man, what is going on in toronto? rob ford's drunken rant caught on tape. this isn't the crack smoking video. this is another video. his mother's and sister's reaction. and an analyst from dr. drew pinsky as well. >>> a picture of the largest storm in the world tonight and possibly in all of recorded history. a category five super typhoon big enough to core the eastern seaboard, we're trying the get in touch with our correspondent right in the middle of it tonight, ahead. i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for retirement, we'll help you get there. a man who doesn't stand still. but jim has afib, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater r
. >> joining us now by phone the public information officer for grundy county, ema. what have you seen so far? describe the scene for us? >> so what are with we have seen we have seen quite a bit of damage to residences and commercial businesses in the area. we have seen some businesses and buildings that have collapsed. luckily we have not had the people injured as well as through out the streets and they were transported into the hospital. we were lucky enough not to have fatalities. there was quite a bit of damage to our area. >> this is heather. how long have you been in this area and when have you seen others to this extent and can you compare it to other outbreaks in the past? >> i have grown-up in the area quite a bit specifically to the cold city area. this is the first that i know of that is specific to this. >> nick, i was reading earlier that police had to take dogs out. you clook at these pictures thee houses are crumbled piles of debris now. i was reading police were taking dogs out to hneighborhoods because so many were trapped in this. >> we only had one location where our fire
. but what a mess. look behind me. this building used to be an art gallery. a lot of debris that we're used to finding and a lot more colorful. inside, nine children, six adults having a birthday party. they sheltered inside in the bathroom. and survived. unfortunately we can't say that for everyone else in the path of this storm. >> there it is. there it is. >> there it is. >> oh, my goodness! >> wow! >> reporter: a relentless barrage of twisters. >> wow. >> reporter: more than 140 tornado warnings paralyzing the midwest. >> oh, my gosh. you can feel the temperature change. >> reporter: one with winds estimated up to 200 miles per hour. >> we got debris. we got transformers blowing. chilling sunday prayers of survival. >> our father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. [ screams ] >> reporter: cameras capturing every second -- >> go, go, go, go. >> reporter: as the deadly storm blasted through five states. >> we're seeking shelter right now. it's on the back porch. >> reporter: and after the nightmare, the eerie sound of nothing. entire neighborhoods in illinois flattened. >> we just s
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